Oregon Fishing Trips Types and Prices

Deep Sea Fishing Trips Fishing Halibut Tuna Bottomfish Salmon



Charter Fishing Boats

34 to 50 foot charter boats, 16-20 foot drift boats, 24-26 foot jet sleds.


Columbia River Fishing Trips

Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Sturgeon, Walleye and Shad.





River Fly Fishing Trips

Steelhead, Trout, Bass. Day and over night river drift trips.


Deep Sea Ocean Charter Trips

Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Tuna, Halibut, Bottomfish, Crabbing.






Fishing Trips We Offer

Saltwater Excursions

Oregon Fishing Charter Boat

Our deep sea and salt water fishing trips target various species of Pacific sport fish. These trips are 7 to 8 hours in duration and are typically run on larger 35 to 50 foot charter boats. These larger boats have a head (bathroom) and can accommodate from 6 to 20 anglers.


Check in time can range from 6:00 am to 7:30 am. depending on tides.


Fish cleaning and bagging is included on most trips.


Fly-fishing Excursions

Deschutes River Fly Fishing Trips

Journals from the Oregon Territory tell of boating on rivers with sunlit riffles; of mountain peaks and profound canyons; of bighorn sheep and bald eagles. You, too, can explore, float, and fly cast on these same rivers for Rainbow trout, Steelhead, and Smallmouth bass. Everything is provided -- the gear, excellent meals to savor and world class guides with the knack for knowing when to leave you to your solitude and when to offer a bit of river lore. When it comes to camping, fishing, rafting, or just spending time in the wilderness, let us help you design the perfect fishing vacation.


FLY FISHING FLOAT TRIPS for Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass and Steelhead


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Trips are standard 2 person minimum. We can sometimes pair up a single with another for a lower rate. Groups of 3 or more will fish from additional boats. Fly rods, tents, meals and sleeping bags are provided on most trips. Extra fees may apply for additional gear; flies and wading boots. Custom trips also available that include three days of fishing and four nights lodging at local hotels and/or Bed & Breakfasts, plus transportation to and from the river. There are 4 different launch points in the lower 100 miles for day trips. In addition you must purchase a Deschutes River User Pass for a low daily fee. Some of the trips require you purchase a Warm Springs Indian Reservation permit. We will help arrange for all licenses and permits if you do not have them.


One day walk in trips on the Deschutes and Crooked River / 10 hours

Guide will pick you up at a prearranged place on or near the river. Lunch and soft drinks are included.


Multi-day (overnight) float trips on the Deschutes and John Day Rivers / 2 to 5 days.

There are many different areas to start these trips. These trips take a lot of preparation, and the starting point and time need to be set well in advance. Day 1 of your trip you get lunch and dinner, then 3 square meals till the last day when only breakfast and lunch is served.


Fly fishing trips also available on the Sandy River, Clackamas River, Santiam Rivers, Klickitat River, Siletz River, Rogue River, Williamson. Wood and many others throughout Oregon and Washington.

Freshwater Excursions

Portland Fishing Guides Salmon

Sturgeon fishing is available along the entire length of the Columbia River from Astoria/Ilwaco to Bonneville Dam at Cascade Locks/North Bonneville. Limited fishing is also above the dam in the Bonneville and John Day Pools. A & B Pro Guides refers clients to the top guides in these areas.

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White Sturgeon (Year-round)

The Columbia River is home to the largest population of great white sturgeon in the world. The mighty Columbia River offers top quality angling opportunity for sturgeon throughout the year. In May the baitfish begin entering the lower Columbia River with the tides, and by June the Sturgeon fishing is red hot in the Astoria/Ilwaco area.


The lower river is one of the more popular areas as good numbers of keeper size sturgeon caught here each year. The area below Bonneville Dam is also a top spot to hook up with keeper and oversize fish.


Oversized Sturgeon (May-August)

Put your muscles to the test. Experience the thrill of fighting a prehistoric sturgeon from 7–14 feet in length and 100 to over 400 pounds. It's hard to imagine just how big and strong these fish are until you have experienced the thrill of winning the battle. You’ll defiantly want to bring your camera along to capture this incredible fish on film along with some of the most spectacular scenery in North America, the Columbia River Gorge. It's Incredible!


Keeper Sturgeon (Year-Round)

This trip almost always provides tons of action and is always non stop fun. Keeper Sturgeon range from 42" to 60" though numerous fish are caught under and over that size. Its not uncommon for some clients catch and release over 20 fish a day. These fish provide a tasty white meat that is light on fishy smell. Sturgeon are one of the best eating west coast species. Just ask around. It is also excellent smoked and typically retails for around $14.00 or more per pound.


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Columbia River (Buoy 10) Salmon (August-September)

If you are looking for fishing trip that has both quality and quantity this is it! An extremely fun, action packed fishery and boat limits are the rule. These fish live up to their name -- big and bright!


The combination of big fish, light tackle and great weather makes every trip enjoyable. The average catch per boat is 10 to 40 fish per day with lots of big Chinook in the bag also. Dates fill fast for this popular fishery so book early, at least 4 months in advance. Prime fishing is experienced mid August to mid September. Boats fish the mouth of the mighty Columbia River estuary, commonly referred to as Buoy 10.


The upper river salmon fishery runs September through October for fall fish and May though July for spring fish.

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Groups of 5 or more will fish from additional boats. Fishing tackle, bait and poles are provided. Transportation to and from the river can be provided in some locations. We will help arrange for licenses if you do not have them. Many of our guides sell them onboard ($17.75 OR. $18.00 WA).


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